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Have The Free PS Plus Games For May Been Leaked?!

Three titles that will be free to own with your PS Plus subscription in the near future have been added to the French Dealabs website.

 

 

As with April, the list of selected PS Plus games for May has now been leaked before Sony officially announced them. It comes from the same source that has been pre-releasing incentives for subscribers to the service for months, so it’s expected that these titles will be the ones selected for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.

As detailed by Dealabs, the most prominent offering is FIFA 22, which will be available to users of both console generations. The EA Sports football title will sell millions of copies each, but those who haven’t been interested can now try it for free if they’re among the beneficiaries of the service. A great way to close out the 2021/22 season.

FIFA 22 will be the star of PS Plus in May

The PS4 version of Curse of the Dead Gods is the second pick on the list, a top-view action RPG in which you enter a sinister, cursed temple to face monsters, horrors, bosses and traps while searching for treasure and legendary relics.

The third lucky one is Tribes of Midgard, a survival game focused on cooperative fun, where several players can team up to resist an invasion of giants during the Ragnarok. Coming to PS4 and PS5, the action takes place in randomly generated worlds filled with dark creatures, gods and abundant treasure to craft new weapons and defend your territory.

While we wait to see if there will be further incentives in the form of VR games or smaller titles, we’ll be able to add the games to our library from next Tuesday, when the April offerings end on 3 May.

It’s also worth noting that the new PS Plus, formerly codenamed ‘Spartacus’, PlayStation’s new subscription model that combines the Plus and PS Now we’ve known so far, will arrive in June. Arrival dates are already known, so we’ll be hearing more details about this revamp in the coming weeks.

Source: Dealabs

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